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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ground beef:

2 syllables:
sound beach,
bound by,
crowned by,
drowned by,
found by,
round by,
sound by,
brought grief,
found peace,
pound piece,
round piece,
sound peace,
sound piece,
bound these,
crowned teeth,
crowned these,
found feet,
found these,
four leaf,
pound cheese,
pound sign,
pounds each,
round cheek,
round cheese,
round these,
round wheel,
sound teeth,
sound these,
found my,
found they,
pound breach,
pound key,
round beads,
round beams,
round my,
roused by,
sound beams,
brown trees,
brown tweed,
count sheep,
count sheet,
count these,
count wheel,
crown by,
down by,
found beauty,
grown by,
grown trees,
mount t'ien,
mount these,
ounce piece,
own by,
town by

3 syllables:
compound leaf,
around reefs,
boundary of,
profound grief,
around by,
profound peace,
profound piece,
around teeth,
around these,
compound feed,
compound these,
confound these,
enough grief,
expound these,
surround these,
account by,
amount by,
bounty of,
county of,
around each,
around my,
aroused by,
compound key,
compound lie,
account cease,
account leave,
account sheet,
account these,
amount these,
endowed by,
profound beauty,
recount these,
surmount these,
viscount keith

4 syllables:
profoundly deaf

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